Tuesday, 24 August 2010

Wine News

Wine News Greece and China joint venture

Greece's Kir-Yianni and China's Mogao wineries have joined forces to plant the first Xinomavro vines in China. This is China's first planting of a Greek grape, and the only Xinomavro for commercial purposes anywhere other than Greece. Mogao’s vineyards are located near Wuwei in Gansu province; Gansu has an alpine desert climate similar to that of northern Greece. Plantings of another six varieties are planned, among them German varietals.

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